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As the battle for the Iron Throne has come to an end, some Game of Thrones actors has recently opened up about how finding fame on the hit show has adversely affected their mental health.
1. Game of Thrones Stars Fight Their Own Battles
While many fans and viewers of the 38 time Emmy-winning show have come to relate, sympathize with, and even mourn certain characters, we’re beginning to get an inside look at what life was like off-set for actors Sophie Turner who dealt with body shaming, and Maisie Williams who has been suffering from depression.
We asked, you answered. This week on our Facebook Live, we talked about triggers that can cause us to backslide. How do we identify them? How do we handle them? Do they keep us in a "victim" role? We sat down with Tiffany Thoen, RN and coach to give you the fine details.
Psychologist, Paul Singh is a celebrity psychologist from Hollywood, California. He’s lectured to notable, doctors, psychiatrists, and recently lectured at the Addiction World Conference in Paris on how “Cellular Healing of Trauma” can disrupt addictions long-term.
In this episode we talk about the trauma inflicted on sexual abuse victims and explore ways to reconnect with pain and meet it head on by using a new method of healing.